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Urethral carcinoid tumors have been reported at the verumontanum.
The female homolog to the male verumontanum from which the valves originate is the hymen.
The prostatic utricle, a mesonephric remnant, arises from the urethra at the level of the verumontanum and projects posteriorly.
The verumontanum, or mountain ridge, is a distinctive landmark in the prostatic urethra, important in the systemic division of posterior valve disorders:
PUV on voiding cystourethrogram is characterized by an abrupt tapering of urethral caliber near the verumontanum, with the specific level depending on the developmental variant.
The seminal colliculus (Latin colliculus seminalis), or verumontanum, of the prostatic urethra is a landmark near the entrance of the seminal vesicles.
The verumontanum is an important anatomic landmark for pathology in a congenital anomaly known as posterior urethral valves, in which there is a developmental obstruction of the urethra in newborn male infants.
The prostatic utricle (Latin for "pouch of the prostate") is a small indentation located in the prostatic urethra, at the apex of the urethral crest, on the seminal colliculus (verumontanum), laterally flanked by openings of the ejaculatory ducts.